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. one of the oh people we are going to hear from tonight apparently is boston mayor tom menino. he's in a wheelchair. this has been tough for him. no one with's been mayor of bottom longer than tom menino. 20 years. just announced his intention not to run again. he twisted his ankle, discovered later it was a break. he had surgery saturday. monday was the marmarathon. he signed himself out of the hospital after it happened because he had to be on top of this. tonight he grabbed the p.a. system in the bpd, the boston police car he was in and announced to everybody his thanks. he has tweeted out, i have never loved this city and its people more than i do today. nothing can defeat the heart of the city, nothing. from mayor tom menino of boston. chuck todd at the white house oh. you made a good point to me earlier today in an e-mail. the boston metropolitan area has been considered basically the most dangerous place in our country for the last 24 hours. so much so we have never seen a municipal lock down like the one we witnessed. yet it was deemed safe enough for the leader of the fre
about what he and the city have been through. tom menino has been mayor for 20 years, longer than any other. you may have seen him in a wheelchair or using a walker throughout this ordeal. that's because on the saturday before marathon monday, he'd had surgery on a broken ankle. he was in the hospital on his favorite day, patriots day, when that bomb went off. he normally would have been right there at the finish line reviewing stand. against his doctors' wishes, he signed himself out of the hospital because, as he said, he had a city to run. what did your doctor think of your decision to check yourself out of the hospital? >> oh, they didn't like it at all. they were saying, you can't do this, you can't. i said, well, i can do it, watch me. >> what about pain meds? how did you keep your head clear? because when you're in the hospital -- >> i don't take pain meds. i don't take them. >> three days after surgery. >> yeah. i don't take pain meds. >> you were clear-headed. >> all i take is tylenol. >> wow. >> i don't take any of that stuff. i have had bad reactions. i will not take any pa
of boston because tom menino is not very good -- he's not the greatest orator, but, you know, he's one of us. this is what we like. you know, we don't want somebody wrapped up in baloney sentences, everything. tom menino is a mayor who helps neighborhoods. that's why he keeps getting elected, although he's going out now. god bless him. he's served 20 years for us. but i think that's -- i'm sure people all over the world are watching, saying, that's the mayor of boston? he doesn't sound like much of an orator. he's not. he's lousy at it. he admits it. he makes fun of himself for that. the reality is tom menino knows that neighborhood and he's our mayor. and the richard family, they're our people and they will be taken care of. but how do they recover from that? how do they ever have a good day after what happened to martin, what happened to janeny, the little sister who lost her leg? how does little henry recover from this seeing what happened to his siblings? how does poor bill richard recover from this? the one good thing, friends of mine who are very friendly with the richards say denise i
are the words from the boston police commissioner. to mayor tom menino about the apprehension of suspect but the world still has it, and how he eluded police grant? patriot's day in massachusetts. monday, april 15th. 19th -- when america could breathe a sigh of relief. happened in between. west of boston gunfire >> that should up happening is about four hours ago in an intense gunbattle with police in the over and the older brother dying. after that gunfight police eventually move fan and arrested the suspect. boston police commissioner tells us how it went down. >> he walked outside and saw blood on a boat in a backyard he opened a tart and looked ian and sought a man covered in blood then called the police. setting up a perimeter around that area we exchanged gunfire with the suspect inside the boat. gunfire >> ultimately the fbi may entry into the boat the suspect was still alive in the boat. i have to tell you i was at the same last night just after the incident occurred. handmaid hand grenades killed thrown at the police officers at the scene is almost unheard of. the officers acted
. >> reporter: mayor tom menino tweeting simply, we got him. in the surrounding neighborhoods, cheers of usa! usa! broke out as law enforcement simply took a sigh of relief. >> we are eternally grateful for the outcome here tonight. we have a suspect in custody. we're exhausted, folks. but we have a victory here tonight. but let's not forget those people along the way. >> reporter: as the night drew to a close, the president addressed a grateful nation. >> all in all, this has been a tough week. but we've seen the character of our country once more. >> reporter: tonight, dzhokhar tsarnaev is in serious condition at beth israel medical center, being treated for his injuries. and the city can finally sleep. for "nightline," i'm linsey davis in watertown, massachusetts. >> our thanks to linsey davis. >>> coming up next for us, faces of terror. what drove these proverbial boys next door to unlaunch allegedly a deadly reign of terror. progressive direct and other car insurance companies? yes. but you're progressive, and they're them. yes. but they're here. yes. are you...? there? yes. no. are you
givinga specific location, urging peoplp to donate blood if they can. mayor tom menino if you recall a had surgery over the week for aa broken leg, but he is going toto make his way to someplace where he can address the city of boston. at 5:30 on the fox news. we appreciate you joining usinin this afternoon.this this tragic accident, not accident, this tragic event unfolding, excuse me here in the city of boston at 2 i 2:50 this afternoon the two dead dozens oned. the cities of london, new york, los angeles, and san francisco and washington d.c., they arethy under heightened security as as well in the aftermath of this. we do know that the white house as soon as they learned that the bombs had detonated in boston that 1600 pennsylvania avenuepen wasia shutdown to traffic. traf in that area, the president of,e course, reaching out p to our governor duval patrick and saying thator d any resources necessary, he has full use of any resources that can be usedsd to help find, obvious looks thee perpetrators of this horriblehib event in the city of boston today. >>> so let's listen to a runneru w
very much. >>> we're joined by boston mayor tom menino, mayor, thank you so much for joining us this morning. what an extraordinary morning it has been. you have been mayor for 20 years. it actually began for you in the hospital. how are you holding up? >> george, it was a week that started with tragedy and ended up with good results. but, let me tell you, out of this whole thing, the family of victims -- the city has never come together as strong as it is today. what came out of that was people coming together. the night we made the arrest, there were parties in the streets, all over the city, spontaneous events happening all over. what a great night it was. after five, six days. >> what more can you tell us about the investigation right now? from what you have been able to learn from your police, the fbi and other sources, do you believe that these two brothers acted alone? >> all of the information that i have is they acted alone, these two individuals, the brothers, the older brother's dead now. we have the second one at the hospital. in very serious condition. we don't know
. thanks. i mentioned boston mayor tom menino earlier. you perhaps heard governor patrick say that he started his day by visiting the boston mayor in his hospital room. well, there turned out to be no keeping mayor menino down. even though he was in the hospital being treated for a broken leg, even though he has had so many health challenges just since this past winter, including diagnosis of diabetes, and he had some heart trouble, he has decided not to run for re-election, he is, however, the longest-serving mayor in the modern history of boston. he is the number-one booster of that city in this event. he apparently will bring this to you live when this happens, heading toward the microphones to give his own press briefing. and generally just say to the people of boston, "we'll get through this." dean walker, who has been really helpful to us, is part of the universal sports -- another arm of this company -- universal sports network coverage, up there in a production trailer not far from the finish line. if you'd been watching our live coverage, dean heard the first concussion and s
everybody about a tweet from mayor tom menino of boston. he tweeted out, "we got him." "we got him." and brian, when you say that they are bringing him in under federal terrorism charges, what is the distinction you're making there? >> reporter: as i understand it, the plan was to charge him with federal terrorism charges as opposed to state murder charges. now, one distinction is that in massachusetts, there is no death penalty. under federal terrorism charges, there could be. but that was my understanding that this was a case, being handled by the fbi, by the federal gott, and the jurisdiction would be with the u.s. attorney here in massachusetts. >> i want to bring back in evan goodman, who has been such a great reporter, citizen reporter for us tonight. evan, you are right there, close to the scene and you heard a cheer go up? >> hi, diane, yes. so, basically, a couple of us were outside and all of a sudden we heard a pretty sizable cheer down the road, so close, and we walked out to the front and we intercepted a police officer and, you know, we asked if he was alive or not an
prevaleci. por su parte, el alcalde de boston, tom menino, agradeci a las autoridades involucradas en la detencin del joven. la ciudad ahora trata de regresar a la normalidad luego del saldo mortal que dejaron presuntament e los hermanos tsar-naev. ayer, un policia del instituto tecnologico de massachusett s fue asesinado por los sospechosos.. dias antes, ambos acabaron con la vida de tres personas en el maraton y dejaron decenas de heridos.. outro ---la policia dice que espera que el sospechoso se recupere para interrogarlo y presentarlo ante la justicia.. ---es todo de mi parte, regreso contigo. blanca ---tras el anuncio oficial de la captura del segundo sospechoso... take vo ....el presidente barack obama se dirigio al pais y felicito a todos los agentes que estuvieron involucrados en la busqueda y tambien a la poblacion de boston por su comportamiento durante la intensa busqueda. ---obama informo que su gobierno ordeno destinar todos los recursos necesarios para asisitir en las averiguaciones, las cuales, agrego... no hubiesen sido posibles sin la coordinacion de agencias, locales, e
, the foundation set up by mayor tom menino and deval patrick raised $20 million in just one week. >>> federal authorities are now questioning a different person of interest after abruptly dropping charges against the man, did they originally believed sent letters containing the poison ricin to president obama and two other public officials. paul kevin curtis, a part-time elvis impersonatoimpersonator, arrested last wednesday spoke to reporters shortly after his release. >> the last seven days, staring at four gray walls, not really knowing what's happening, not having a clue why i'm there. when you've been charged with something, you just never heard of it, ricin or whatever, i thought they said rice. i said i don't even eat rice. >> yesterday authorities searched the home of another man who is considered an online rival of mr. curtis. he denies having anything to do with the ricin letters. >>> stock markets on edge, temporarily knocked off its axis on tuesday by a single tweet. a hacker broke into the associated press's twitter account and posted that two explosions occurred in the white hou
gobernador de massachusetts deval patrick y el alcalde de boston tom menino para expresarles su preocupacion y ofrecer toda la asistencia del gobierno federal. al igual que en otras ciudades, en washington se han extremado las medidas de seguridad, especialmente el servicio secreto cerro la avenida pennsylvania. en el capitolio, el presidente de la camara john boehner, quien tambien se comunico con el presidente, encabezo un minuto de silencio por las victimas en boston. eso es todo desde washington, fernando pizarro, univision. mientras en la diferentes calles de la capital la mobilizacion fue casi inmediata, silvana quirzo nos tiene los detalles... asi es mario la polcia metropolitana junto a otras autoridades se desplegaron para resguardar el bienestar en la capital cathy lanier comandante de policia metropolitana silvana quiroz univision washingtonelvira turista venezolana javier turista panameÑo cathy lanier comandante de policÍa metropolitana vincent gray alcalde del distrito de columbia mientras la tragedia azotaba las calles aledaÑas a la meta final de la maratÓn de boston, en la
duval patrick of massachusetts and the mayor of boston tom menino.meni we do not know who did this examine we do not know why, rett rest assured any and all l responsible parties will feel fl the full weight of the justice.t a situation obviously that the e full breath and weight of theweg unihtted states governor and investigatory agencies here in washington tonight are being pulled together. a lot of that information beingg directed up the i-95 corridor t boston tonight. shawn and brian. >> tom fitzgerald. we appreciate that.ate that. we want to give you a heads up,, a reminder that coming upingup shortly we will be hearing from mayor vince gray, and the security chief and fire chief discussing the security measurey that are being taken in light of the the things that gone on in boston. >> d.c. in the case of a heightened alert as well as many cities around the country andun the world. karen houston is going to tell l us more about that.ou >> reporter: it's not quite que the feel of a city under siege,i but there's definitely a sense e that there's something up.et we're rig
on the situation as he pointed out in his remarks, he did make phone calls to mayor tom menino, i have been here all afternoon. i can tell you moments after those blasts went off in boston, pennsylvania avenue outside of the white house was shut down, closed to foot traffic. it is normally closed to cars, to vehicles. but today it was closed to foot traffic. it was done out of an abundance of caution. that is something that is sort of par for the course when there has been a breach of security in another state. so that is something that we would expect, but i can tell you that at this hour pennsylvania avenue is still closed down to foot traffic outside of the white house. and, again, president obama continues to monitor this situation. we expect him to receive briefs throughout the evening. >> kristin walker, thank you very much. it's good to have that perspective. i want to bring in now from boylston street in boston, nbc's kerry sanders who's out there in the cold. i understand police are still on the scene right now. what can you tell us about what things look like right there now. >> it is
and mayor tom menino is there serving in his 20th year and joined by the police commissioner ed davis and fbi special agent in charge and several others including massachusetts senator elizabeth warren as they gather. we're hoping to learn more about it. >> act of terror yesterday, we wanted to organize a briefing with you and the information we have. the mayor is here. the members of our congressional delegation, all of the law enforcement leadership. we have several people who want to present to you this morning and take your questions. a couple points i want to mention at the outset. i told you yesterday that the fbi has taken charge of the investigation, special agent in charge, rick deloria will speak shortly. it's important to clarify that two and only two explosive guises were found yesterday. other parcels, all other parcels in the area of the blast have been examined but there are no unexploded bombs. there were no unexploded explosive devices found. over 150 people were injured yesterday in the blast. some gravely. our thoughts go out to all of those injured and killed and t
mayor tom menino who broke his ankle on friday, but still has been visiting friends and families of victims in the hospital and characteristically telling them, quote, we will get the sun of guns, we will get them. mr. mayor, so grateful you're with us. i want to check on what we know for sure at this moment. because we've been told that there's some evidence of some kind of pressure cooker from this bomb. we've been told to look for a big, dark bag. is there anything else at this moment you can tell us for sure? >> i know it's an ongoing investigation, but the fbi regional director said today that the pressure cooker might be involved in this incident, that we don't have any other information that we can give to the public at this time. >> the surveillance cameras, are they everywhere? are you looking through them now? >> that is the most cameraed part of the city, that area. both public and private. and we're looking at all that video. i believe watching the video, we'll be able to find somebody who can be a suspect in this case and go forward. >> well, i want to bring in, if i
learned that information just before a conversation with the boston mayor, tom menino. the governor was careful, he didn't want to sea anything. the mayor was quite careful. we have the mayor here and he did say a little bit more about why they were optimistic about them making progress. >> more video on this, on it case than any law enforcement has ever have. more details on where the second bombing happened. they have direct camera right on the location. and that's part of the work, i believe, that's going on with the fbi and other law enforcement agencies. i'll tell you, honestly, i've never seen so many law enforcement agenciesk on an investigation. >> you heard the mayor at the end echoing the governor, never seeing them work so well. the mayor said he had been told the video from the lord and taylor department store, and i was told by another source, helped to make that video identification of a drop at the scene of a black bag right at the scene of the second explosion. from that, i'm told the fbi through the enhanced video, enhancement techniques identified what they believe
think people wanted to hear. feel the healing. for a lot of bostonians, watching tom menino, their mayor for life in many ways, stand up, when he hasn't been able to stand, he's been in a wheelchair. just the whole ceremony you know for bostonians will be something they won't forget for a long time. >> him standing up was like the city of boston standing up and saying they can do it. i want to bring in former white house press secretary and msnbc contributor, robert gibbs, we were talking about the president's speech and how deeply personal it seemed. i noticed he wiped his eyes when he sat down. there was some chatter on the internet about how much he was, the lead writer on this speech. that this was something he worked on for last couple of days. it certainly felt that way. >> i think you heard him tell his personal side of being, having that part of boston in him and how everybody in this country does. i think you could tell there were points at it when i could tell he was getting emotional. and i have no doubt that he has spent a lot of time working through this and working on the m
service. >> tom menino spoke and had to push himself out of a wheelchair as he's recovering from surgery. >> and president obama brought the families of victims from an emotional and rousing speech. >> i'm here to greet the american people with a simple message. every one of us has been touched by this attack on your beloved city. every one of us stands with you. because, after all, it's our beloved city, too. boston may be your hometown, but we claim it, too. i know this because there's a piece of boston in me. you welcomed me as a young law student across the river. welcomed michelle, too. you welcomed me -- you welcomed me during a convention when i was still a state senator and very few people could pronounce my name right. like you, michelle and i have walked these streets. like you, we know these neighborhoods. like you, in this moment of grief, we join you in saying, boston, you're my home. for millions of us, what happened on monday is personal. our prayers are with the injured. so many wounded. some gravely. from their beds, some are surely watching us gather here today. if you
the way. thanks very much. >> we got em. that's the tweet from boston mayor tom menino and the boston pd, captured. the hunt is over, the search is done. the terror is over, and justice has won. good morning, everyone. thanks for sticking with us. i'm greg jarod. >> at that press conference, greg, they said law enforcement sources, we are exhausted, folks, we are exhausted. >> everybody is emotionally exhausted too. >> i hope they are getting some rest. the officers actually cheered as the suspect was taken into custody in watertown, massachusetts and so did all of the people standing around. just before 9:00 last night residents flooding the streets , some chanting usa. here is a photo from our sources within the atm -- atf of atf medics working on the suspect under first on the ground and then in an ambulance. boston's police commissioner says the suspect, 19-year-old jaw car tsarnaev is in critical condition. >> we always want to take somebody alive so we can find out what happened and why it happened and we can hold them for justice. >> we have live team coverage, continuous coverage
. boston mayor tom menino has wrapped up the entire boston bombing case into one sound bite in abc's "this week." >> all the information i have is they acted alone, these two individuals, the brothers. the older brother is dead now. we have a second one at beth israel hospital in very serious condition. we don't know if we'll ever be able to question the individual. >> mike: don't know if that sounds familiar, but seems like after every major crime, whether it's the kennedy assassination, the assassination of martin luther king jr., we always are pretty quick to come out and say that it was the lone nut, in this case it's a couple of them. now the truth is we don't know if they were the only ones involved. not at this point. there were some news reports that said, oh, they were a part of a sleeper cell of some 12 terrorists, but that, too, is unconfirmed. at this stage of the investigation, nobody really can say definitivively whether these were the only two people involved or whether they were part of a larger conspiracy. we always want to rush to the conclusion and somehow make ourselves
providing answers families need. siemens. answers. -pgerri: boston mayor tom menino is vowing the city will overcome the senseless tragedy that being ared the world. bost university announced the third person killed in the blast was a graduate student but is not releasing the student's name. more than 10 people were wounded. gabriel gomez crossed the finish line minutes before the explosions happened and he is here to share his story. tell us the story, gabriel. what did you hear and what did you see? you are a former navy seal. you probably put that all into context a lot faster than anybody else there? >> sure. you know, my wife and four kids, young kids, 13 wn to eight were a couple blocks away from the finish line. i obviously knew where they were and greeted them and gave them hugs and kisses. thanked them for being there. they were there with a bunch friends in town with young kids. i crossed the finish line. minutes later i heard t explosion. i was a block and a half away. i saw the smoke. i heard that kind of explosion before in my time and i knew it was obviously not a good th
ago the mayor of boston, tom menino, talking about how the bostonians pull together in the wake of the bombing, pulling together to contribute support and assistance. we also heard from the agent in charge there in boston, rick deslauriers. >>> and we are hearing the range of suspects and motive is wide open at this hour. so we know very little more than we did seven or eight hours ago when we last heard from them. we heard some of the fragments are on their way to quantico. our team coverage continues after this short break, meanwhile, a controversy surrounding the planned appearance of the first lady at a college graduation next month. >>> and a jury awards a prince george's county couple 90 million bucks in a lawsuit related to their daughter's death. why they pro apartment faces the people he is accused of spying on in court. >>> a local college student is alive and well tonight, thanks to the quick actions of arlington firefighters. they pulled her from her bedroom today as flames came creeping in. she escaped without a burn. two of her roommates are not so lucky tonight. w
. liz: we want to let you know that at 4:30 p.m. eastern time boston mayor tom men mean mow -- menino will have a news conference, on the very latest. we want to go back to our local station, on the best of days for a marathon they would have many more down there, they would have more on this story. let's listen in for a moment. >> secondary devices in this situation and sure enough there was a secondary device if in fact that is what it was. there was a first explosion and 10 seconds later a second explosion. there are fear of other devices. they have been moving us back and back and back. >> the key from boston police they want us to stay away from trashcans and stay away from mailboxes where something potentially could be hidden. >> right. >> there is no evidence this particular device or either of these devices was in a trashcan or a mailbox but they want us to stay away from those types of things. >> yeah. and immediately after the explosions i could see, you know, plain clothes guys, fbi guys, looked like even homeland security people that had gone into, underneath the risers th
and justice. in particular, mayor tom menino. this mayor came from the hospital to be involved in the aftermath and suspect search. seeing him on television in a wheelchair gave everyone a great feeling of pride and couldn't help but notice how deeply he cares for the city he has so ably overseen for many years. he embodies the grit and toughness that boston is known for. he embodies boston's strong. governor patrick was a true leader during a time of cry sills. he helped oversee the -- crisis. he helped oversee the coordination of so many agencies, to ensure optimal collaboration. made sure the public was up to date and aware of the situation as it developed. as we all watched moment to moment from our homes or wherever we might be. he stood with a determined, strong composure that trickled down throughout the state public safety agencies. and we will always appreciate president barack obama's deep involvement since the start. his words during the service at the cathedral of the holy cross were a touching example of our nation's unwavering resolve. as much as we are boston str
's no bigger booster of the city of boston than tom menino. now to have this. we have every federal agent in the region heading to boston, massachusetts. we're just going to keep putting these pictures on the air as they come in. you see all the yellow vests of first responders. remember how many were already there. pete williams, our justice correspondent, pete, sadly, as i keep saying, we have way too much expertise in explosives and terrorism investigation over these past ten years. let us hope that we can put that to good use very quickly here. >> reporter: i think it's already turning out to be that way, brian. first of all, the initial analysis that there were two devices that went off and two more that they quickly found. now, what they're going to be doing now, of course, is proceeding on several tracks. there'll be a team of people who will go in there and try to pick up every little piece that they can of these devices. we believe for sure they were devices that went off. we don't know how much they're going to be able to get out of the other two. it appears that they very quick
to boston mayor tom menino as well as massachusetts governor deval patrick to extend his thoughts with that community right now and says the administration will stand by them, offer them whatever assistance they need as they deal with this situation. we do have a statement from the white house which i can read to you, tamron. it was released a short time ago. it says "the president has been notified of the incident in boston. his administration is in contact with state and local authorities. he directed his administration to provide whatever assistance is necessary in the investigation and response." i can tell you the vice president has also been made aware of this situation. he extended his thoughts and prayers to those in boston right now who are dealing with what is such an incredibly difficult situation. as is customary in these types of incidents, tamron, pennsylvania avenue outside of the white house has been shut down to foot traffic. that is really out of an abundance of caution, of course, a security measure to make sure just in case that the white house is being protect
:00 when he was first notified. i can also tell you that he has placed calls to the boston mayor, tom menino, as well as the governor of massachusetts deval patrick to extend his thoughts but also to say the administration will be putting its full weight and resources behind the response to this crisis in boston. now, out of an abundance of caution, the secret service has closed off pennsylvania avenue to foot traffic. that is the road outside of the white house, chris. there's never any vehicles that travels along pennsylvania avenue outside of the white house, but as of right now it's been closed to foot traffic as well. i want to emphasize that that is out of an abundance of caution. that is something that normally happens in this type of situation. so president obama continuing to stay up to date on the developments and the investigation and, again, just wrapping up a phone call with fbi director robert muller and dhs secretary janet napolitano. >> who has the lead? have we been able to figure out in terms of bureaucracy and our response? is it fbi clearly now? >> we haven't gotte
-- >> and still. >> it happens. >> there was a remarkable moment with mayor tom menino who has been serving as boston mayor for many years. he announced he will not seek re-election, he was in the hospital, came back from the hospital to address reporters today. and the mayor has really looms large in the city of boston because of the duration and the fame of his tenure there. >> for sure. i mean, he was, he's been mayor for 20 years and was mayor on 9/11 when two of the planes left boston logan airport. so security here has been taken uber seriously ever since. in many ways, this was the worst place to try to do something like this, police had swept that area, there were emergency responders who did work taking care of people immediately, highly trained followings there, dozens, if not hundreds of police in those two blocks and race officials, police were drawing their pistol within seconds of the explosion. so the presence was there. i'm sure much will be examined. and how much they spent on security in the past, but it's, you know, from all accounts, at least at first, they did what they
, he did make phone calls to mayor tom menino as well as governor deval patrick. i have been here really all afternoon. i can tell you moments after those blasts went off in boston, pennsylvania avenue outside of the white house was shutdown. closed to foot traffic. it is normally closed to cars, to vehicles. but today it was closed to foot traffic done out of an abundance of caution. we should make that very clear. that is something that is sort of par for the course when there has been a breach of security in another state. that is something we would expect. i can tell you, rachel, at this hour, pennsylvania avenue is still closed down to foot traffic outside of the white house. and, again, president obama continues to monitor this situation. we expect him to receive briefs throughout the evening. rachel? >> kristen welker, thank you very much. nbc news white house correspondent. great to have that perspective. i want to bring in now from boylston street in boston, nbc's carey saunders who's out there in the cold. i understand police are still on the scene right now. what can yo
of this at about 3:00 this afternoon. he reached out to boston mayor tom menino not only to extend his thoughts and prayers but to make it very clear that the federal government will put its full resources behind figuring out who did this and also helping the community of boston heal. he's been briefed throughout the day by robert muller, the director of the fbi as well as dhs secretary, janet napolitano. he will continue to get updates throughout the evening. but again, there's not a whole lot of information in terms of who actually carried out this attack. some frustration here this evening because they don't know the if this was carried out by someone here on u.s. soil or someone abroad. so, that is really the key question they are looking into. again, president obama is continuing to monitor the situation into the evening. lawrence? >> kristen welker, thank you. joining me now with the latest on that investigation, nbc news justice correspondent, pete williams. >> lawrence, good evening. investigators know for certain that this attack involved two bombs. but what they don't know the is whet
:00 this afternoon. he reached out to boston mayor tom menino, as well as the governor of massachusetts deval patrick, not only to help, but to make it clear that the federal government will provide resources and helping the community of boston heal. he has been briefed throughout the day by robert muller director of the fbi, wells dhs secretary janet napolitano and he will continue to get updates throughout the evening. again, there's not a whole lot of information in terms of who actually carried out the acts of frustration this evening because they don't know if this was carried out by someone here on u.s. soil or someone abroad. so that is really the key question they are looking into. again, president obama continuing to monitor the situation into the evening, lawrence. >> kristen welker, thank you. joining me now nbc news justice correspondent pete williams. >> lawrence, good evening. investigators know for certain that this attack involved two bombs, but what they don't know is whether there were any other explosives involved. and frankly, the information on this is confused tonight. at least
will overcome. >> that from tom menino. for two decades, he checked himself out of the hospital with a broken leg to take care of the city. it was supposed to be the most joyful day of the year in boston. patriots day. instead, as the cover of the boston herald characterized it today, terror at the finish line. shelly cohen lives in the neighborhood where the blast happened. in a moving editorial today called monday, the day boston lost its innocence. thanks so much for being with us. i wanted to start with a quote that struck me from your piece. you said in the years post 9/11, we've grown contemptuous of the host of silly rule and regulations design to give the appearance of keeping us safe. when we know in our hearts that there is no such thing as safe anymore. by all accounts, all the rules and protocol were followed yesterday. do you feel more contemptuous than ever of those rules or do you feel like we need to pay more attention to them now? >> well, i think we will be in the usual vicious cycle. we will put up with them again. we will have our bags searched when we're going into the su
the president say he spoke to mayor tom menino. that he has spoken to governor patrick and he told them, he would be putting the full weight and resources of the federal government behind figuring out who exactly is responsible for this. so still a very somber day here at the white house, tamron. as in past tragedies, the president has visited communities who are suffering. i would not be surprised if we saw president obama take a trip to boston in the coming days. >> thank you very much of before we go to break, i want to reiterate is breaking news from pete williams, that it fathers bombs were explosives made of pressure cookers placed at the scene. likely in backpacks. the explosive charge, according to the information, could propel shrapnel and fragments of that pressure cooker itself at speeds of 3,300 feet per second. that's more than three times the speed of a .9 millimeter round fired from a gun. so we're getting more information on the actual material used to create that explosives and how they may have gone undetected by so many people if they were hidden in, as believed right now
and mayor tom menino and watertowne chief edward devoe briefed e media a short time ago. the suspect has not been apprehended yet. here's an excerpt. >> we do not have an apprehension of our suspect this afternoon, but we will have one. we're committed to that. i want the neighborhood here in watertown to know that we went through about 20 streets here door to door with our tactical teams. we knocked on doors to ensure that everyone was safe in their homes and that they saw the police on their streets. we did limited searches of those homes to render them safe. we've also followed a number of leads this afternoon that have taken us in various places in eastern massachusetts and none of those leads have been fruitful to this point. there's much less to be done including ballistics and forensic work that will be concluded in boston in the next fey we also have a scene up here -- a forensics scene where we had some exploded and unexploded ordnance there that were made safe and removed during the course of the afternoon. that is still on going but should be completed shortly. we are going dr
, celebrating now and with a huge sense of relief. got a great tweet here. this is from the mayor of boston, tom menino, shaking hands with governor deval patrick. the message very simple, it says teamwork. it really has been remarkable teamwork down there from all the authorities involved. i will go to juliette kayyem, cnn contributor, former u.s. assistant secretary for homeland security. juliette, this has been a stunning victory for the authorities, hasn't it? >> i don't think anyone is going to do anything but be happy for a few hours. utter exhaustion by the first responders, given that this started on monday. and it was textbook in so many odd ways given how big this was, that the authorities put together a bunch of pieces, got some pictures, went public with the pictures and then we've had a wild 23 hours and one suspect is dead and one is in custody. so while it was unbelievably large, very tense, very scary for people who live here, that part of it is over. >> bob baer, with all your experience working with the cia, has this been a textbook operation by the authorities here? it seems l
and their families. the massachusetts governor deval patrick and boston's mayor, tom menino, they have formed what is called the one fund boston charity, the purpose is to raise money to help those families most affected by these boston marathon bombings. martha coakley is massachusetts' attorney general. thanks very much for coming in. and i want, and i know fred does as well, we want to get to ways people who are out here watching us in the united states and around the world might be able to help. but let's talk about your role, massachusetts. if the federal government files charges, terrorism charges, murder charges, whatever, against this 19-year-old suspect, what about massachusetts? will you file separate charges as well? >> well, both d.a.s and we will work cooperatively with the federal government. in an instance like this, we do the investigation together, but it's mostly most if not all of the charges would be federal. and certainly, we'll cooperate as we work, but the federal government will have the final say. >> they'll take priority as far as the charges, the trial, or whatever is go
remain hospitalized. this amp, boston mayor tom menino announced the biggest charitable fund for the bombing victims, the one fund, is up to $20 million so far. corporate donors committed $15 million, the rest came from some 50,000 individuals. payments are expected to be distributed starting in july. we have more now on some of the questions surrounding the investigation and what's been learned in the last 24 hours. i spoke with devlin barrett of the "wall street journal" a short time ago. devlin barrett, welcome. let me ask you first about this younger brother dzhokhar. we know that he's in the hospital bed communicating. what do we know about his injuries and how he's communicating with investigators. >> his medical condition is upgraded from serious to fair, which means that he is improving but he still has some pretty major injuries which are affecting his ability to communicate. specifically he's been shot in the head, some sort of head wound, also a pretty serious gunshot wound to the neck which is affecting his throat and also he's got gunshot wounds to his leg and hi
-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev, this is the mayor of boston, tom menino has been the mayor boston. in july he will have the mayor of boston for 20 years. he's in a wheelchair because he had an accident and broke his leg in the last few days. let's listen in. this is the colonel of the state police, timothy alben. >> for those families that lost loved ones with injuries they have to live with for the rest of their lives, for a police officer, a young man starting a career at m.i.t. and a police officer with the m.b.t.a. who almost lost his life and for neighborhoods that lived in fear for the entire day we are eternally grateful for the outcome here tonight. we have a suspect in custody. i want to thank all of the partners who work tirelessly over the last four days, including the f.b.i., the transit police, our brothers with the boston police department, the u.s. attorney's office and the support that we've gotten from our governor over the last four days e. we're exhausted, folks, but we have a victory here tonight. but let's not forget those people along the way. thanks very much. govern
after he was briefed he did call boston mayor tom menino as well as massachusetts governor. according to the aid they expressed his concerns for those injured and to make clear that his administration is ready to provide needed support as they respond to the incident. in the press conference with police commissioner he said that he had spoken to fbi director robert mueller as well as the head of the boston field office of the fbi. officials from the bureau and alcohol, tobacco, and firearms and the boston area. here at the white house the secret service is on heightened alert. the tourists have been cleared from the plaza, pennsylvania avenue plaza in front of the north lawn. they are now -- there is yellow tape all the way around the perimeter of the plaza. taurus are forced over into lafayette square. there are no secret service cruisers parked at here. we do not get a sense that there is any imminent danger. i just want to make that clear. obviously many cities including washington d.c. are on heightened alert as a result of the bombings. and the boston d.c. police have confirmed t
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